In this week’s episode, Mike Mills gives us a hug with C’mon C’mon, Leo panics about the end of the world in Don’t Look Up, and Kidman and Bardem become Lucy and Desi in Being the Ricardos.
In this week’s episode, Kristen Stewart lives her life like a candle in the wind in Spencer, everyone’s unhappy in New York, especially a singing Andrew Garfield, in tick, tick…BOOM!, and Benedict Cumberbatch embraces his masculinity in The Power of the Dog.
In this week’s episode, we have all the time in the world for Daniel Craig’s Bond swan song No Time to Die, while Jake Gyllenhaal puts on a one-man show in The Guilty.
In this week’s episode, we tackle Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy adapted from the works of R.L. Stine.
In this week’s episode, Vin Diesel & John Cena are Cain & Abel in F9, Pixar calls you by your name in Luca, and Bo Burnham satirizes the world and loses his mind Inside.
In this week’s episode, Zack Snyder returns to the zombie genre for Army of the Dead while John Krasinski dips his toes back into his childhood sandbox in A Quiet Place Part II.
In this week’s episode, iconic monsters clash in Godzilla vs. Kong, Bob Odenkirk becomes an action star for Nobody, and Eric Andre & Lil Rel Howery go on a Bad Trip.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss a number of 2020 film releases they’ve recently caught up on, including Another Round, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, One Night in Miami…, Kajillionaire, and many others. They also discuss their favorite film & television composers and preview their 2021 Sundance Film Festival slate.
In this week’s episode, Riz Ahmed is a drummer struggling with hearing loss in Sound of Metal while David Fincher tells the true story behind Citizen Kane’s screenwriter in Mank. We also take a look back at Orson Welles’s original masterwork and discuss the game-changing HBO Max deal.
In this week’s episode, Andrew flies solo to discuss Remi Weekes’s Netflix horror film His House, the insanity of Sarah Paulson in Aneesh Chaganty’s Hulu thriller Run, and how someone as young as Cooper Raiff just made one of the best films of the year in Shithouse.